Portland Regulators Approve Fuel Terminal Ban

Oregon Public Broadcasting, December 15, 2016

This week, the Portland City Council passed several bills aimed at reducing greenhouse gas emissions, inlcuding unanimously voting to ban new bulk fossil fuel storage facilities in the city. According to the zoning code changes, existing fossil fuel tank farms, translating facilities and terminals could only expand their existing storage tanks by 10 percent. The ban only applies within the city of Portland, but could influence fuel markets statewide.

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